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Bajaj brothers bury hatchet
The Ambanis may squabble well into the new year, but the Bajaj family feud has been settled. ...  | Read.. 
HPL misses recast date
The promoters of Haldia Petrochemicals Limited (HPL) ' the Chatterjee group and the Bengal government ' will request Industr ...  | Read.. 
Second quarter growth dips
Second-quarter growth slowed to 6.6 per cent against 7.4 per cent in the three months to June. The drop in pace was blamed o ...  | Read.. 
GE arm seals stake sale
Gecis today closed the sale of its 60 per cent equity to General Electric, General Atlantic Partners and Oak Hill Capital Pa ...  | Read.. 
First BoP shortfall in four years
The country's balance of payments (BoP) showed a shortfall of over $634 million in the second quarter this fiscal ' the firs ...  | Read.. 
Rahul Bajaj: Making up
Tsunami gushes into India Inc resolutions
India Inc has had a great year in 2004; but what are its chief executives looking forward to in..  | Read.. 
Brave new dawn for textile titans
It is that time of the year when everyone greets each other a Happy and Prosperous 2005. These ..  | Read.. 
No easy pickings after quotas
The end of quota restrictions on textile exports from tomorrow will open the way for the most c..  | Read.. 
Govt revises DEPB rates
In a New Year gift to the textile industry, the government has enhanced the export incentive duty e..  | Read.. 
Mutuals under investor-limit glare
Mutual funds of HDFC, Franklin Templeton, Kotak, Reliance, Standard Chartered and HSBC have dec..  | Read.. 
Indian Oil interim payout at Rs 526 cr
Indian Oil Corporation has paid an interim dividend of 45 per cent amounting to Rs 526 crore fo..  | Read.. 
Drug firms ready for switchover
The pharmaceutical industry is prepared to meet the product patent regime which kickstarts tomorrow..  | Read.. 
Sensex signs off in style
The year ended on a happy note on the bourses with the sensex touching a high of 6602.69, just 397 ..  | Read.. 
Hyundai targets 14% rise in sales
South Korea's Hyundai Motor raised on Friday its sales target for 2005 by 14 per cent to 2.58 milli..  | Read.. 
Oracle replaces PeopleSoft top guns
Oracle Corp has replaced PeopleSoft Inc's co-presidents, after taking control of the rival software..  | Read.. 
Euro near recent records
The euro traded a touch below its recent lifetime records against the dollar and the yen in the las..  | Read.. 
Mutual Funds
Bits to launch BPO unit
Xenitis plan
Videocon unit
BEML dividend
Venus foray
IGL facility
Rupee ends at new high
FDI inflow
Power bonds
Jindal offer
Hero Honda